I had a dream the last night. I went to the supermarket שופרסל which I often go, and went back to home. Then I realized that I had forgot to buy orange juice, my favorite, and also that to go to a store שופר סטוף to buy a tray. I decided to go to buy on foot, not by bicycle. Then I woke from the dream.
I had another dream the last night. I was in 原宿 with the guys in an Internet chat room, with whom I keep contacting, and I was parting from the guys to buy "マリオンクレープ", a famous crepe store. Then I woke from the dream.
Now I am having dreams of my life in ישראל, חיפה, as well as in 東京.
Another 15 days have past since the last article. You know that my life in חיפה becomes now a usual days.
I came back from תל–אביב, a conference, on 17th. Then I had a cold, or it might be flu, with a high fever of 38.5℃. I was really bad, and was just sleeping for three days until the Friday.
Then I know how human lives. I saw neighbours coming back to their rooms, said hello, and told I was sick as a reply to "how are you". Then I went back to the room. After several hours, they knocked on my room, and I received a pot of chicken soup.
It was the second soup that I received. One day before, I had a phone-call from the landlord; "how are you", and I told I was sick. He made me for a pot of soup with vegetables and spaghetti.
I learned how human lives. When I saw a sick person in 東京, I was asking them "do you need help?". They always refuse. But life can be more interesting if I can be more aggressive, even though they feel I am pushy.
I came back to my business on the next Monday, 24th. It was really hard to catch up with the יברית class because I missed three classes for the conference and the flu, but anyway I did catch up.
These days I am cooking curry rice (Japanese style). I bought several kind of spices, and mix them. Beef, onion, and a huge bunch of ginger and garlic. Put flour to thicken the soup. I cook rice with a pot, which is not a simple job compared to that with designated machines, rice cookers, but the rice I cook is getting better and better. I have never cooked rice with a pot, and even not with a rice cooker for several years, but in this country I do. Funny, but things go like that. I noticed that, though, rice cookers are over performance for one person's. I should cook rice with pots even in Japan.
To learn a language and to cook my dinner are good leisure activities for me, because I can make constant progress in them. You know, doing researches is not a simple job; things go back and forth, and I cannot expect such constant progress. Now I can cook rice with a pot!